Kerbside parking is controlled in a variety of ways. Drivers must look out for parking restrictions and obey the regulations.

Parked cars obstructing accesses/driveways are dealt with by the Police.  Suffolk County Council have no powers to stop people inconsiderately parking or to enforce traffic restrictions.

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Dropped Kerbs (vehicular accesses)

Processing applications for vehicular accesses (dropped kerbs)

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Parking for people with disabilities

Providing disabled parking bays for residents whose mobility depends on having a vehicle parked immediately adjacent to their home.

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Parking on pavements and verges

Maintaining the safety of roads and pavements by reducing parking on pavements and verges.

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Parking permits - Blue Badge scheme

The Blue Badge scheme provides a range of parking concessions to help disabled people travel independently, by allowing them to park close to their destination.

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Residents Street Parking Permits

Information on providing parking permits.

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Suffolk advisory parking standards

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